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... stay the **** to yourself so I don't have to crush you.
I'm pretty marveled at how one man can control a nation and have such control that whatever he does, his people will follow him. Even if its completely unfair, and crazy. That he can shut down the outside world and make his people suffer, while he orders lobster, wine and foreign films. Then he spends almost all their budget on military so they can keep things the way they are.
Okay, tomorrow i am going to Samoa for the first time. Before i go to any country, i make sure i know a little bit about it. This includes the weather, local currency, prices, and attractions.
It is going to be hot in Samoa, it has a local currency called Samoan Tala, it is reasonably prices, and has many beautiful beaches to explore.
... and ate an over priced meal while chatting about our favourite people, places, and things in Australia. That was until a very touchy feely couple sat next to us and grossed us out. After dinner we had some ice cream and then headed back to the hostel to pack.
At the hostel we both had showers and completely emptied our packs before repacking them to fit everything. I'm pretty sure I could have gone without extending my bag but to ...
... the Vivid Festival shines art deco designs on. The opera house is a sight to take
in and I hope you all get a chance to witness it in person!
The first day I did a ton of walking around the city just exploring. George Street is equivalent
to a mixture of State Street and Michigan Ave in Chicago. I ventured around Hyde Park, which is the big sprawling park in the middle of the city, which was stunning.
Written last night... I start the day realising that my life is to be shortened by one hour at noon. There will be no 12 o'clock today - it has been judged as moribund in our quest for the Isle of Pines, and ultimately, Hawaii. Look, I have endured baldness, psoriasis, tinea, Volvos and country music, but to be robbed of an hour takes the cake. In fact, with 12 o'clock having been removed from my universe, there won't be lunch ...